DJ colleagues have led tributes to an Arbroath man who died in a car crash at the weekend.
Scott Williams, 33, was driving a Ford Focus on the Arbroath to Lunan road when it hit a wall about a mile north of its junction with Auchmithie in the early hours of Saturday.
Paramedics attended but Mr Williams was pronounced dead at the scene.
The DJ was well known on the nightclub scene across Tayside, regularly performing house and techno sets at venues in Dundee and Arbroath. He also promoted other DJs under the banner of Epic Nites.
He is survived by his young daughter, Lexi.
His Facebook page was flooded with people paying tribute and describing their shock at the news.
The Rhumba Club, which regularly puts events on in Dundee and Perth, said: “We are in total shock at the tragic news that Scott Williams is no longer with us.
“It is a sad, sad day for many of us as personal friends, but wider than that, the world of clubbing has also lost a talented DJ and fantastic character.
“Scott was one of the best guys around, with his boundless enthusiasm for the dance music scene. He lit up rooms with his energy and cannot be replaced.
“Scott did so much for us at the Rhumba Club. He was happy to do the glamorous bits on the night, but also the unglamorous bits no-one sees behind the scenes, midweek and late at night.”
Mr Williams’s next of kin have been informed, although formal identification will not take place until today.